Right after school usually my kinder boy comes home saying he's hungry and I don't want to offer him similar snacks or foods that I prepared him for recess and lunch to avoid boredomeness (hahah is that even a word? lol)
So I often play with the food to make him finish whatever is served on the table.
One of them is this flower garden :)
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Step 1: Ingredients
For this flower garden you will need:
Step 2: Method
Wash clean all veggies, pat to dry
Slice cucumber thinly and stack them as petals
Slice celery stalk as shown on picture, making branches
Place plum tomato on the center of petals and place basil leaves on the branches
Slice baby carrots into sticks and just place them at the end of the celery stalk
Give dirts (raisins)
Halve cashews and transform them into butterfly (the antennae are made of cucumber skin)
Your edible flower garden is ready :)
My son loves dipping the veggies in mayo, a bit odd lol but you can serve it with any other dressing your family like!
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